Lake Tapawingo, MO
  Important News:  
  *April 2017*  

City Hall's phone number: 816-229-3722


City Hall's hours are Monday - Friday  9:00 am - 5:00 pm.  The next City Council meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 20th at 6:00 pm at the Clubhouse.

HHW collection event coming to Pink Hill Park on April 22

Residents may safely dispose of household hazardous waste

In coordination with the MARC Solid Waste Management District’s Regional Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Program, the city of Blue Springs will host a collection event on Saturday, April 22, from 8 a.m. to noon at Pink Hill Park, 2715 N.W. Park Drive, Blue Springs, Missouri. Residents from Blue Springs, Grain Valley,   Lake Tapawingo, Sugar Creek, Lone Jack, Lake Lotawana, Sibley, Missouri City, Levasy, Unincorporated Jackson County and other communities in the Regional HHW Collection Program may attend this or any of the other mobile events free of charge.

To find out if you live in a participating community call 816-701-8226 or go to

Materials accepted include automotive fluids, batteries, paint, paint-related products, lawn and garden chemicals, house cleaners, glues and compact fluorescent light bulbs. Because of their hazardous qualities, these items cannot be thrown out with the regular trash. Electronic waste and business waste will NOT be accepted — including waste from home-based businesses, nonprofits, churches and rental properties.

Residents of participating communities may also drop off household hazardous waste for free at two permanent facilities located in Kansas City and Lee’s Summit. The Kansas City facility is located at 4707 Deramus Street, and is open year-round on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. No appointment is needed. The Lee’s Summit facility at 2101 S.E. Hamblen Road is open the first Saturday, April through November and on the third Wednesday of each month, year-round. Appointments are required. Call 816-623-3066 to schedule an appointment.

About the MARC Solid Waste Management District

The MARC Solid Waste Management District serves as a regional solid waste planning agency for local governments in Cass, Clay, Jackson, Platte and Ray counties in Missouri, and works cooperatively with Johnson, Leavenworth and Wyandotte counties. The district encourages development of local and regional waste reduction, reuse and recycling programs by providing grants to the public, private and nonprofit sectors. The district also provides direct service to the community through its Regional Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program and its Recycling Information Line, 816-474–TEAM (8326). The district manages the website and a recycling hotline (816-474-TEAM), that provide residents information on recycling opportunities in the region.

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